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  • 10 Feb 2015
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 354
Over the past two decades, studies on the migration-development nexus often portray small states as one homogeneous group, ‘developing countries’, without considering their critical and peculiar challenges or inherent vulnerabilities, due mainly to...
  • 22 Jan 2014
  • Commonwealth Observer Mission
  • Pages: 36
The report of the Commonwealth Observer Mission for Sri Lanka’s Northern Provincial Council Elections, held 21 September 2013. The Mission was led by Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, Former Vice President of Kenya, and was comprised of 4 eminent persons ...
We have been privileged to be accorded the opportunity to observe the 2013 National Elections in the Kingdom of Swaziland. We have completed our report and are pleased to submit it to you.
Adequate preparations for national elections are fundamental at both administrative and technical levels to enhance the credibility of the process and to meet the standards for democracy to which Swaziland has committed itself. This was the second...
We were conscious that our observation exercise was the third such mission the Commonwealth has constituted, following the presence of observer teams in both 2003 and 2008. We were also cognisant that, in December 2012, Commonwealth governments...
The constitutional and legal framework within which the 2013 national elections were held in the Kingdom of Swaziland has remained largely unchanged since the promulgation of the 2005 Constitution and the elections of 2008.
The immediate pre-election political environment in Swaziland was devoid of the high-pitch ‘electoral fever’ that is observed in multiparty dispensations. Understandably, this is because of Swaziland’s unique political system, the tinkhundla-based...
Under the provisions of the Constitution, election day activities were well conducted and largely peaceful. No major incidence were reported anywhere in the country.
The Commonwealth is to send an observer mission to Swaziland for the country’s national elections scheduled for 20 September 2013. Dr Bakili Muluzi, former President of the Republic of Malawi, will lead the Commonwealth Observer Mission. Commonwealth...
The Commonwealth Secretary-General’s decision to deploy a Commonwealth Observer Mission (COM) to the 2013 national elections in the Kingdom of Swaziland was based on invitations by the Government and the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) of...
This chapter illustrates the evolution of a country's attempt to establish a science and technology culture that is publicly perceived as a local challenge rather than an imported idea. This is illustrated by school science curriculum reform that...
The Kingdom of Swaziland is a small landlocked country in Southern Africa surrounded on three sides by the Republic of South Africa, and on the remaining side by the Republic of Mozambique. The country has been independent since 1968. With a total...
On behalf of the Government of Swaziland may I say to all our visitors from overseas “Siyanemukela lapha kaNgwane,” which is to say “Welcome to the Kingdom of Swaziland.” We hope that you will all have a very enjoyable and profitable stay here in our...
A UNESCO-aided up-grading programme for over 500 untrained teachers in Botswana was conducted in the period 1968-1972. This project, consisting of a series of residential courses together with correspondence study and the use of radio (on similar...
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